Definition of bathrobe in English:

bathrobe

noun

  • A robe, typically made of terry cloth, worn especially before and after taking a bath.

    • ‘The startled cousins suddenly stop as they see the woman in a white terrycloth bathrobe sitting at the bottom of the stairs on the fourth floor landing.’
    • ‘I put on a toweling bathrobe and poured a glass of milk, and sat in an armchair in the sitting room with all the lights on.’
    • ‘She had already won a programmable microwave oven and matching his and hers bathrobes, and was about to go for the big prize.’
    • ‘Both men turned to see her standing with a towel wrapped turban style around her hair and wearing a terry cloth bathrobe.’
    • ‘Beds are fitted with Egyptian cotton linen and the stylish bathrooms have fluffy towels and bathrobes and plentiful toiletries, which you are invited to take away.’
    • ‘Beth still has her hands stuffed into the pockets of her thick floral bathrobe, and she looks cold despite the pleasantly warm house.’
    • ‘It was five o'clock in the morning and she was muttering to herself and holding the fuzzy white bathrobe tightly closed, as if her life depended on it.’
    • ‘She tossed the towel she'd been drying herself with over the curtain rod and threw on a white, terrycloth bathrobe.’
    • ‘I nodded, turning as Zannah re-emerged from the bathroom in her bathrobe and a towel wrapped round her long auburn hair.’
    • ‘Sera muttered, making her way from the bathroom to ‘her’ room in a bathrobe and dripping hair.’
    • ‘But she had no intention of leaving and facing danger in her bathrobe.’
    • ‘Maggie's clothes had come out of the dryer, so she quickly dressed, returning Charlie's bathrobe to the bedroom.’
    • ‘She got out of the shower and threw on a cute periwinkle blue bathrobe that said ‘Angel Baby’ across the back of it.’
    • ‘Drew was leaning on the balcony railing, wrapped up in a white bathrobe, with her black hair casually hung up in a limp ponytail.’
    • ‘There was a fluffy bathrobe hanging on a hook outside her bathroom door.’
    • ‘She toweled off quickly and threw on a bathrobe before opening the door.’
    • ‘All she'd worn was nightclothes and bathrobes for the two years she'd been in there.’
    • ‘She was back a minute later, this time wearing a bathrobe.’
    • ‘It's as if you are permanently wrapped in your fluffy bathrobe.’
    • ‘She was standing at the doorway with my baby blue bathrobe.’
    • ‘A few min. later Jacob was up and out the door with a towel and bathrobe.’
    • ‘By this time, I had discarded my streetwear and slipped into a towelling bathrobe, a pair of blue-paper boxer shorts, and a pair of flip - flops.’
    • ‘I sat up in bed in my blue plaid bathrobe, propped against pillows, and sipped the tea and read Tom Swift.’
    • ‘My eyes flew open instantly and I hurried out of bed, throwing on my old pink bathrobe that was frayed at the edges.’
    • ‘‘I'm coming,’ he muttered, under his breath as he pulled on his bathrobe.’
    • ‘He touched his blue silk bathrobe delicately as he wandered around, admiring his exorbitant surroundings.’
    • ‘Whistling to himself, he left the bathroom and entered the guest suite once more, wearing a sumptuous terrycloth bathrobe.’
    • ‘She was still her her jeans and sweatshirt, and her bathrobe was thrown over her legs.’
    • ‘All the usual attention to comfort is provided - air conditioning, en-suite marble bathrooms and fluffy bathrobes and towels.’
    • ‘She was dressed in a really long light blue bathrobe.’
    • ‘They changed into white bathrobes and went to massages first.’
    • ‘He came out of the sweat box before beginning his daily riding assignments, wrapped in a terry-cloth white bathrobe.’
    • ‘She threw on a mint green bathrobe and walked slowly down to the kitchen, her blurry eyes lighting up when she noticed that someone had beat her there.’
    • ‘I kicked in Douglas' door, and saw him standing there in a bathrobe.’
    • ‘Entire families known to me previously only fully dressed in daytime clothing were wearing pajamas and nightdresses under their bathrobes and milling around in their slippers at dawn as if driven from their homes by an earthquake.’
    • ‘Some of you ladies have been wearing the same flannel bathrobe to bed every night that your grandmother gave you 30 years ago.’
    • ‘He wore a colorless, primeval terry-cloth bathrobe that had been picked and shredded to a mangy condition.’
    • ‘My mom smiled and wrapped her bathrobe around herself more tightly.’
    • ‘With a sigh, Grace got out of the bath and slipped into her deep purple bathrobe, which came to just below her knees.’
    • ‘After the relaxing bath I put on my short fluffy white bathrobe and examined the clothes grandmother had provided me.’
    housecoat, dressing gown, robe, negligee, kimono
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Pronunciation

bathrobe

/ˈbaTHˌrōb//ˈbæθˌroʊb/